Wed, Sep 25 | Location - Online via ZOOM Video Conference

Teacher Wellness (International Version)

Teachers’ psychological well-being (PWB) is the first step in protecting teacher’s mental health and providing them an environment that helps flourish their professional and personal development. It is also crucial for good teacher–student interactions, which in turn affects student self-efficacy.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Sep 25, 2019, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Location - Online via ZOOM Video Conference

About the Event

Psychologial Well-being of teachers is highly correlated with job satisfaction, student well-being and academic achievement. It is therefore imperative for all stakeholders to focus on this factior.  A good lifestyle positively associated with psychological 

well-being (Kawada,  Otsuka, Inagaki, Wakayama et  al. 2011), but  also the quality  of work life significantly  influences  an  individual’s  non-working  life (Rathi,  2009). So, PWB  influences an individual’s  work  life, personal  life and  overall  well-being,  and in  return, job  satisfaction, and being free from stress, tension, anxiety, boredom, frustration, loneliness, and alienation is needed for  PWB  (Al-Qutop  &  Harrim,  2011). 

In this workshop, you will learn: 

* Approaches to well-being. 

* Identifying and fixing root causes, such as the social, cultural, and historical influences (e.g., lack of support or growth opportunities, inadequate pay, policies that inhibit teacher autonomy, etc.). 

* Communication and Wellbeing

* Collective Well-being

* Differentiation and Self-awareness

So join us in the JARS Meeting room as we explore and learn how to live our lives balanced as teachers and professionals.

Registration is Closed

Share This Event


An Evidence Based Approach - Trauma Informed Care (TIC) Seminar

Who Should Attend?

Mental health Workers, Coaches,  Victims of Abuse, Loss and Abandonment, Community members, Students, Professional, Religious leaders, Health workers, Police Officers...

Date: 20/11/2019 @ 10:00 a.m

Venue: Yaba, Lagos (TBD);

RSVP @ WhatsApp 08118048229;
Social media @drakinmerino

A Training of Jars Training Group

Apply Trauma Informed Care (TIC) Principles 

Learn The Following:

  • Understand Secondary Stress

  • Vicarious Trauma Impact

  • Through A Trauma Lens(Stewardship)

  • TIC Application - Explore what Organizations and Individuals can apply

  • Build Resilience

  • Implementation


The world breaks everyone,

and afterward,

some are strong at the broken places.

     - Ernest Hemingway

When the Japanese mend broken objects, they aggrandize the damage by filling the cracks with GOLD.

They believe that when something's suffered damage and has history, it becomes more beautiful!

“Dear past, I survived you. Dear present, I’m ready for you. Dear future, I’m coming for you.”

― Matshona Dhliwayo


United States: 909.681.0530; United Kingdom: 44 7393 076888; Africa: 070 5629 0985

500 East E. Street, Suite 206, Ontario, CA 91764

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter

©2003 by Jars Education Group.